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Orioles take finale as Davis returns to lineup

Orioles take finale as Davis returns to lineup

MLB.com ESPN.com Updated May 5, 2013
The Orioles capped a tough, three-city West Coast trip with an 8-4 victory over the Angels on Sunday afternoon, a game that required a total team effort that has become their trademark under manager Buck Showalter.
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  • Umpire Vanover leaves game with head injury

    Umpire Vanover leaves game with head injury

    MLB.com May 5, 2013
    Home plate umpire Larry Vanover left the game in the top of the third inning with a possible concussion after taking a foul tip off his mask in the first inning of a game between the Angels and Orioles at Angel Stadium.
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  • Hank Conger stumbles his way into unintentionally hilarious bun…

    Hank Conger stumbles his way into unintentionally hilarious bunt single (Video)

    yahoo.com May 5, 2013
    Your browser does not support iframes.You'll often hear coaches encourage their players to "take what the defense gives them." That advice was heard loud and clear by Los Angeles Angels catcher Hank Conger, and he put it to terrific use in the…
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  • Pujols sits out finale to rest sore foot

    Pujols sits out finale to rest sore foot

    MLB.com May 5, 2013
    Albert Pujols, who has been playing first base despite significant pain in his foot, was not in the Angels' starting lineup on Sunday against the Orioles. With an off-day Monday, the Angels wanted to get him some extra rest.
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  • Video - Orioles Power Past Angels 00:32

    Orioles Power Past Angels

    May 5
    J.J. Hardy and Manny Machado each homered in the Orioles' 8-4 win against the Angels.

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  • Clayton's mailbag: Don't overlook AFC North

    May 5
    Don't overlook the strong offseasons put together in the AFC North by the Ravens, Steelers and Bengals, writes John Clayton.
  • Rogers sees 'good chance' he could play in MLS this year

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.
  • Rogers sees good chance he could play in MLS this season

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.